First Warning Forecast: Dry Sunday, then another soggy stretch

Posted at 11:59 PM, Feb 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-09 08:38:22-05

A few spotty showers possible overnight, mainly in North Carolina as a weak disturbance moves through. We are seeing a rain/snow mix show up on radar, but the air is pretty dry and probably not making it to the ground. Otherwise expect mainly cloudy skies with lows in the 30s.

Skies will clear on Sunday as high pressure builds in. Temperatures will warm to the low and mid 50s. Dry and clear Sunday night with lows near 40.

Clouds will build in to start the work week. Most of the daylight hours are looking dry, with increasing rain chances Monday night and Tuesday. Monday will be mild with highs in the mid 60s. It will be a bit breezy with winds out of the southwest at 15-20+mph. Temperatures will cool to the mid 50s Monday night with rain at times.

Rain will continue on Tuesday with highs in the mid 60s.

The unsettled weather will carry into Wednesday as a front stalls over the area. Right now, just keeping a 30 percent chance for some showers. Temperatures will be cooler, but closer to seasonal in the low 50s.

An area of low pressure will bring even more rain to the area on Thursday. Keep those umbrellas handy! Expect widespread rain throughout the day. It will be milder with highs in the low and mid 60s.

A big cool down to end the work week. Highs will actually be below normal in the mid 40s. After a few morning showers, we should dry out just in time for the weekend.

Meteorologist April Loveland

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